Ledford's Minerals is a 6th generation gem and mineral mining company. For generations, Ledfords have been mining some of the finest mineral specimens the southeastern US has to offer. We specialize in Jackson’s Crossroads Amethyst, the Canford Beryl Mine and the Henson's Creek Mine as well as several other local, prime locations, bringing the minerals straight from the mining source to you.
Our main focus is fine, southeastern US minerals though we enjoy and appreciate minerals throughout the world. If you are looking for something we don't currently have, special requests or questions in general, please do not hesitate to contact us, we would be happy to assist you.
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Diana Maria Fluorite is Transparent Emerald green and Sapphire Blue Fluorite. Diana Maria Fluorite Mine is located in Weardale Valley, County Durham, England. Situated northeast of England. In transmitted light the fluorite appears intense Emerald green and in reflected light the color is sapphire blue. It is also fluorescent in UV light.
This fluorite has good color and size.
10 x 6cm
Ledford's Minerals is a Family owned and operated business. The Ledford Family has been mining for 6 generations now with more little rockhounds coming up. We mine and specialize in Southeastern United States Minerals. Everything we mine we carefully extract by hand, bringing you some of the best the southeast has to offer. The minerals come out of the ground into our hands directly into yours. No passing through many people's hands. Customer service is our number one priority. Please let us know how we can help find specimen just for you.
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"Why mine by the ton when you can mine by the carat."-- Ted Ledford
"You can always trust Rachael to deal fairly with you, and there is no better source for the fine amethyst mined from the Jackson’s Crossroads Amethyst Mine." --Mark Woods